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You can try resetting the cmos/bios by unplugging the power cord. Open the case. Find the battery mounted on the board. Use a flat tip screw driver & lift out the battery. (About the size of a quarter). Wait about 15 seconds & pop the battery back onto the board. Plug you're power cord back in & power on the PC. If the system still does not boot, re-check all data & power connections for solid connection. Remove you're memory & firmely reseat. Try again. Still no? Replace power supply.
If the system still does not start & or gives no beeps, no LED lights & no fans power up. Than you're board is most likely dead. (So hate giving out bad news)
Posted on May 08, 2008
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